Details of Wimbledon 2014 coverage across BBC TV, radio and online
Wimbledon 2014 on BBC Television
Live matches will be shown on BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC Two, BBC Two HD and the BBC Sport website. Coverage gets underway on Monday 23 June on BBC Two and kick-starts 13 days of sporting drama and emotion.
Missed the live matches? Today at Wimbledon, on BBC Two, will have the definitive guide to the day’s play each night from 20:00*. John Inverdale is at the helm as he welcomes special guests, bringing the highlights and talking points of a no doubt action-packed Championships.
Jimmy Connors, two-time Wimbledon singles Champion, returns to BBC television’s line-up for 2014. This year’s Championships mark 40 years since he won his first Wimbledon title and he’ll join an expert line-up of former players, bringing a wealth of tennis know-how including; Tracy Austin, Marion Bartoli, Pat Cash, Lindsay Davenport, Peter Fleming, Tim Henman, Anne Keothavong, John Lloyd, John McEnroe, Laura Robson and Virginia Wade.
Last year’s final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic was watched by a 5-minute peak audience of 17.8 million – a figure which has yet to be matched by any BBC TV programme since that historic afternoon on Centre Court. For 2014 the increased live match coverage gets underway from 11:30am* on BBC Two and BBC Two HD for the first nine days of the competition (Monday 23 June – Tuesday 1 July).
Throughout the Championship, the team of expert commentators for television in full will be: Tracy Austin, Marion Bartoli, Chris Bradnam, James Burridge, Pat Cash, Andrew Castle, Andrew Cotter, Mark Cox, Matt Chilton, Barry Davies, Lindsay Davenport, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Jason Goodall, Paul Hand, Tim Henman, Anne Keothavong, John Lloyd, Guy McCrea, John McEnroe, Ronald McIntosh, David Mercer, Nick Mullins, Martina Navratilova, Mark Petchey, Louise Pleming, Sam Smith, Elizabeth Smylie, Simon Reed, and Virginia Wade.
Reporting throughout the Championships will be Garry Richardson, Phil Jones, Rishi Persad and Lee McKenzie.
A special documentary looking back at Andy Murray’s year since his Wimbledon victory and featuring exclusive footage and interviews will be broadcast at 10:35 on Monday 23 June. BBC television will also offer three special programmes in the build up to this year’s Championship, including a chance to see the highlights of the memorable clash between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the 2008 final. See Additional Programming for details.
*With the exception of Saturday 28 June when coverage will begin on BBC Two at 11:00.
** With the exception of Sunday 6 June when Today at Wimbledon begins at 23:30. All schedules are subject to change.
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